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Slavery in the Spanish American colonies was an economic and social institution which existed throughout the Spanish Empire including Spain itself. In its American territories, Spain displayed an early abolitionist stance towards indigenous people although Native American slavery continued to be practiced, particularly until the New Laws of 1543. The Spanish empire, however was involved in the enslavement people of African origin. Although the Spanish themselves played a very minor role in the Atlantic slave trade compared to other European empires, in absolute terms, the Spanish Empire was a major recipient of African slaves, with around 22% of the Africans delivered to American shores ending up in the Spanish Empire.

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  • الرق في مستعمرات إسبانيا في العالم الجديد
  • Slavery in colonial Spanish America
  • Schiavismo nelle colonie spagnole del Nuovo Mondo
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  • Lo schiavismo nelle colonie spagnole del Nuovo Mondo iniziò con la conquista e la sottomissione dei nativi americani. Inizialmente la schiavitù era uno dei metodi con cui gli spagnoli recuperavano forza lavoro dai nativi, che in seguito vennero asserviti con l'istituzione dell'encomienda. Quando la popolazione locale iniziò a diminuire a causa di malattie importate, guerre e fame, si iniziarono ad utilizzare gli schiavi africani. Partito nel 1502, lo schiavismo degli africani nell'America spagnola non terminò ufficialmente prima del 1886. La messa in schiavitù dei nativi fu invece vietata nella prima metà del XVI secolo, in seguito all'approvazione delle Leggi di Burgos e delle Leggi nuove.
  • الرق في مستعمرات إسبانيا في العالم الجديد، نظام اجتماعي وُجِد عبر أرجاء الإمبراطورية الإسبانية. في الأراضي الأمريكية، طُبّق نظام الاستعباد هذا بحقّ السكان الأصليين وفيما بعد على الأفراد من ذوي الأصول الأفريقية.
  • Slavery in the Spanish American colonies was an economic and social institution which existed throughout the Spanish Empire including Spain itself. In its American territories, Spain displayed an early abolitionist stance towards indigenous people although Native American slavery continued to be practiced, particularly until the New Laws of 1543. The Spanish empire, however was involved in the enslavement people of African origin. Although the Spanish themselves played a very minor role in the Atlantic slave trade compared to other European empires, in absolute terms, the Spanish Empire was a major recipient of African slaves, with around 22% of the Africans delivered to American shores ending up in the Spanish Empire.
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